The Truth About Supplements
What’s the deal with supplements?
“Stay energized!” “Drop pounds!” “Beat stress!” “Boost athletic performance!” “Look younger!” Do these phrases sound familiar? They should, because these are just a few of the many promises found on supplement labels today. But could supplements really live up to their hype? Doctors are torn on the subject, but many consumers seem convinced. According to the National Institutes of Health (NIH), Americans spent $36.7 billion on dietary supplements in 2014 alone. With so many people relying on supplements to give their health a boost, the begging question is this: Do these products really work? RxWiki took a closer look.
Review Date:October 23, 2015
Last Updated:October 23, 2015